Cox to Launch Its Own Wireless Network
Apr 8, 2009, 7:37 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Cable provider Cox Communications plans to launch and operate wireless service in the U.S. The company indicated that it feels the need to compete with wireless companies and wants the ability to offer bundled services that include wireless. Cox mostly serves the south and southwest regions, and said that it will offer post-paid and pre-paid cellular phone service as well as wireless data service in those areas. It will forge roaming agreements with the other wireless carriers to provide roaming capabilities. Cox also indicated that it hopes to push mobile video services to its customers. The company did not discuss pricing or timeline details, nor did it say what types of phones it expects to offer.
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I guess with that combination, they can afford bold and risky moves
Wireless, broadband, and home phone.
"I had Direct tv, but once I switched to Cox, my life became easier"....
Cox: "It isn't hard!" (Phone, Internet, and Wireless!)
I cannot wait until Cox penetrates the market down here.
But.... you know what happens when you don't pay your bill, right?